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... the weather does.
We might cab into the town here and try and buy some more data minutes on our Verizon phone apparently they won't add them over the phone or Internet because we have a Canadian AMEx so we are at the mercy of the old slow marina Internet.
We decided to get an early start for Newport they have a Verizon store so we will deal with the cards on Saturday.
What at a day there ...
Woke up 11:15 Saw Ronald 11:20, he said he'd wait to take me to the station. Showered, 11:50 too late would miss train to city.uncle ray dropped me at white plains station. Bought return ticket 17.00 1:05 train express to grand central. Arrived 1:35 Met Aarthi at clock booth at 2:00 Bryant park Celsius bar, Mediterranean platter Tried to go to Madame y for cake it was closed :( Walked along, shopped at Gap Picked ...
... be a good investment. But it put me overweight.
The solution it turns out is easy ... buy a carry-on size duffel bag and put your day pack and other weighty items into this bag. When you get to your destination you can stow it or fill it with touristy things. Genius!
I leave in about an hour. Just have one last thing to buy. I might actually be ready early!
... and pick up local sim cards or do some fancy pay-as-you-go. Too much effort!
Tablets: (For the purposes of this discussion, tablets and eReaders (the latest generation) are the same thing.)
When push comes to shove I don't really need a hugely power tablet so the iPad is out. Plus they are huge targets for thieves, pretty heavy and bulky (can't read with one hand!!). So that leaves smaller tablets and eReaders.
... of New York City.
To get there, you take the 6 subway train all the way up to the Pelham Bay Park area, being careful of what time of day you're passing through I'd recommend as it does go through some of the more dangerous areas of the Bronx. A few times, seeing what appeared to be shanties - at least a cluster of tarps strung together for a block or two - and the ruins of an old train station, I wanted to pull out my phone to snap a few pictures, but thought better in ...